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Hello, I'm Chris. I have always been a Math geek. I love Math and have spent the time learning it. I'm offering to put that knowledge to work for you. I like to focus on the logic of mathematics. Everything in mathematics is built from basic principles. I start from the basics to show students how and why things are done. With connections drawn from known principles, and with some encouragement, many students find they know more than they think they do. I ask questions to guide the student ... [more]

I received my Bachelor's of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 2015 from The University of Texas at Tyler. During the latter years of working on my degree, I privately tutored courses in advanced level math (calculus), science (physics), and several engineering courses. Currently, I am working on my Master's of Science in Structural Engineering online through The University of Texas at Arlington. My hope is to one day become a professor at a major university, and I feel that tutoring ... [more]

I have taught high school sciences (IPC, Chemistry, Physics) and college algebra and math classes over the past decade. I have also taught college Physics courses while a graduate student. I have chosen to focus on high school teaching for one simple reason - that is where the problem lies! Too many students are not prepared for any of the highest-paying college degrees (13 of top 15 degrees have the word "engineering" in them and the other two require high levels of math!). I have success... [more]

I'm a graduate of Rice University, a current student at SHSU, and a member of the Texas Army National Guard. I have 2 years of experience tutoring at General Academic, Inc. in Houston and The Austin Learning Center in Austin. I specialize in math and physics, but am open to tutoring almost any subject. I have also worked with summer band camps since I was in high school, teaching beginner and intermediate brass instruments.... [more]

I have a B.S. in Physics from the University of Texas at Dallas. While attending UT Dallas, I worked in the Student Success Center as a math and physics tutor where I helped hundreds of students improve their skills and succeed in their classes. I've been studying college-level math and physics for five years now, and I have been helping people learn it for almost as long. I started out by helping my friends in my AP Physics and AP Calculus classes in high school, moved on to helping my peer... [more]

Physics builds strongly on the skills acquired in math. In addition it develops the interpretation of word problems and the application of associative reasoning to problem solution. I have worked extensively in assisting students in their development of the reasoning skills demanded in physics. The skills learned in physics are fundamental to many fields from medicine to finance. I have taught and tutored physics extensively and understand what we need to do to master it. I care about my students, their needs, and their concerns. I currently teach physics at a major four year university and lo [more]

I graduated from Iowa State University in a Math/Physics/Chemistry program in 1979 and obtained Iowa High School teaching licenses for each of these subjects. I completed the required Teacher Education classes including student teaching. I worked as a Professor's teaching assistant at Iowa State 1979-1980, working out Chemistry problem solutions for students and answering their questions. I also independently tutored students in Freshmen Chemistry in small groups of 1-3 students. I then w... [more]

Math, Physics and Chemistry tutor with Chemical Engineering background. I was a teacher for Algebra I and II courses and currently work as an engineer at an Oil Refinery. I have a MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Israel Institute of Technology so I can tutor all levels of Sciences, Math and Engineering. Subjects: - Arithmetic - Algebra I and II - Geometry - PreCalc - Calculus - Chemistry - Physics - Probability and Statistics I can help you to get a great score on the SAT, ACT, GRE an... [more]

I majored in physics in college and it is my favorite course to teach. I have kept current by participating in several nationally recognized workshops in physics as indicated on my profile. I have taught physics in high school and college where my students said they really liked my courses. I teach concepts first, then problem solving. I help learners master concepts and lessons using proven methods of analyzing and simplifying complex problems. I can identify and help correct gaps in prior learning to assist learners in mastering more advanced topics. I enjoy teaching and seeing students [more]

I use the tools learned in my calculus classes to apply them to Newton's Laws of motion, to Bernoulli's relationship, and many more phenomena covered in university physics curriculum. I went through four years of thermodynamic, fluid mechanic, static and dynamic physics classes. Physics is the most fun topic to teach since the concepts to not have to be pointed out, most people experience them every day. Hello! I'm Dante, I have recently graduated from UT Tyler and am currently working as an engineer in the Tyler, TX area. While in college, I tutored algebra, statistics, calculus, trig, and ma [more]

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